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  • 8th Grade HS Fair
    8th Grade HS Fair
    Eighth Graders from NGMS and MPMS visited the HS Fair this afternoon. Students from Webb SHLS shared with the 8th graders their experiences at Webb SHLS and examples of cool activities they get to do in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program. Some of these included dissecting a Cow's Eyeball, a sheep's brain, a goat's heart, and extracting bone marrow from a cow's femur. They also showed students how to take blood pressure, calibrate the strength of a person's grip and take finger prints.
    All 8th graders were given a red plastic bag with information and the commitment form for 2018-19.
  • Eighth Graders from NGMS and MPMS visited the HS Fair this afternoon. Students from Webb SHLS shared with the 8th graders their experiences at Webb SHLS and examples of cool activities they get to do in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program. Some of these included dissecting a Cow's Eyeball, a sheep's brain, a goat's heart, and extracting bone marrow from a cow's femur. They also showed students how to take blood pressure, calibrate the strength of a person's grip and take finger prints.
    All 8th graders were given a red plastic bag with information and the commitment form for 2018-19.
  • Eighth Graders from NGMS and MPMS visited the HS Fair this afternoon. Students from Webb SHLS shared with the 8th graders their experiences at Webb SHLS and examples of cool activities they get to do in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program. Some of these included dissecting a Cow's Eyeball, a sheep's brain, a goat's heart, and extracting bone marrow from a cow's femur. They also showed students how to take blood pressure, calibrate the strength of a person's grip and take finger prints.
    All 8th graders were given a red plastic bag with information and the commitment form for 2018-19.
  • Eighth Graders from NGMS and MPMS visited the HS Fair this afternoon. Students from Webb SHLS shared with the 8th graders their experiences at Webb SHLS and examples of cool activities they get to do in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program. Some of these included dissecting a Cow's Eyeball, a sheep's brain, a goat's heart, and extracting bone marrow from a cow's femur. They also showed students how to take blood pressure, calibrate the strength of a person's grip and take finger prints.
    All 8th graders were given a red plastic bag with information and the commitment form for 2018-19.
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All orders should be turned in to the SHLS office by Tuesday, November 20, 2018. Items should be back before Christmas. Forms are available in the SHLS office or you may print and return with payment.
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Vision and Mission
Vision: Every student will graduate prepared to achieve their future goals.

Mission: Our Students Thrive
Project Lead the Way: Biomedical Sciences is a STEM based, hands on biomedical sciences curriculum designed to teach students problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in the global biomedical economy of the future.
  • J. F. Webb Chapter Members receive Gold National Chapter Award 2018
    J. F. Webb Chapter Members receive Gold National Chapter Award 2018
    J. F. Webb FFA chapter members pose with their Gold National Chapter Award certificate at the State FFA Convention June 21st. Members include: Jocelyn Pelcastre-Gonzalez - 2018/19 Chapter Secretary, Jeffrey Salisbury - 2018/19 Chapter President, Anna Currin, Daniel Honeycutt, Erin Whitt, Andrew Keeton, Allen Yancey - 2018/19 Chapter Vice President and Regional Reporter, Curtis Murphy - 2017/18 Chapter President and Regional Parlimentarian, Victor Hermida - 2017-19 Chapter Chaplain, Jay Puckett - 2018/19 Chapter Sentinel, Trevor Jones, Colin Ellington, Ryan Snow, Rebecca Causey, and Isaac Govea-Hernandez - 2018/19 Chapter Treasurer.
  • 2018 J. F. Webb American Degree Recipients
    2018 J. F. Webb American Degree Recipients
    These J.F. Webb FFA members were recognized as American FFA Degree candidates at the 90th NC FFA State Convention Tuesday evening June 19th! Elizabeth Adcock and Daniel Govea Hernandez will receive their American FFA Degrees at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana this October along with Betsy Murphy. J. F. Webb FFA has only had two previous recipients of the American degree and this year there will be three members at once!
  • 2018 J. F. Webb State FFA Degree Recipients
    2018 J. F. Webb State FFA Degree Recipients
    J. F. Webb FFA members Brooke Bowman, Curtis Murphy, and Miranda Brown received their State FFA Degrees at the 90th NC State FFA Convention on Wednesday evening, June 20th. The State FFA Degree is the highest degree that a state FFA association can bestow. Alexis Hayes is also a State FFA Degree recipient from J. F. Webb FFA.
  • Curtis Murphy - FFA High Scoring Individual
    Curtis Murphy - FFA High Scoring Individual
    Curtis Murphy was identified as high scoring individual in the NC FFA State Agricultural Mechanic Career Development Event held at the 90th NC State FFA Convention in Raleigh June 19th through 21st.
  • Curtis Murphy Receives His Third High Scorer Award of the Year
    Curtis Murphy Receives His Third High Scorer Award of the Year
    Curtis Murphy of the J. F. Webb FFA Chapter made history by earning three high scoring individual awards for state level career development events at this year’s NC State FFA Convention. Curtis was high scorer in Land Judging, Senior Farm Business Management for 2017 and for 2018, and is pictured here receiving the high scoring plaque for State Agricultural Mechanics. The award was presented by State FFA Officers Caroline Yount and Nick Oldham.
  • Junior FBM Team Receives Third Place in the State 2018
    Junior FBM Team Receives Third Place in the State 2018
    J. F. Webb FFA Senior Farm Business Management Team members Daniel Honeycutt, Colin Ellington, Jocelyn Pelcastre-Gonzalez, Nolan Ellington (represented by Jay Puckett), and Advisor - Teresa Murphy received their third place award plaque on stage at the NC State FFA Convention on June 21st.
  • Senior FBM Team Receives 2nd Place Award
    Senior FBM Team Receives 2nd Place Award
    J. F. Webb FFA Senior Farm Business Management Team members Allen Yancey, Jeffrey Salisbury, Erin Whitt, and Curtis Murphy received their second place award plaque on stage from State FFA Officer Nick Oldham at the NC State FFA Convention on June 21st. Curtis also received the high scoring individual award in Senior Farm Business Management.
  • J. F. Webb Chapter members participate in 2018 State FFA Convention
    J. F. Webb Chapter members participate in 2018 State FFA Convention
    J. F. Webb FFA Chapter members received American Degree recognition and prepared for Career Development Events at the State FFA Convention on June 19th. Members present include: Brooke Bowman - Floriculture, Trevor Jones - Tool ID, Rebecca Causey - Floriculture, Ryan Snow - Tool ID, Alyssa Rash - Tool ID, Victor Hermida - 2018/19 Chapter Officer, Jocelyn Pelcastre-Gonzalez - Floriculture, Andrew Keeton - Nursery Landscape, Curtis Murphy - Ag. Mechanics and Nursery Landscape, Isaac Govea-Hernandez - Chapter Officer, Allen Yancey - Nursery Landscape, Erin Whitt - Floriculture, Anna Currin - Forestry, Jay Puckett - Nursery Landscape, Taylor Stovall - Tool ID, Elizabeth Adcock - American Degree, and Daniel Govea-Hernandez - American Degree.
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SHLS 2018 Teacher of the Year
SHLS 2018 Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Ms. Victoria Sondecker who was voted by her peers as this year's Teacher of the Year.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • JFW HLS at SREB
    JFW HLS at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
Air Quality Updates for JF Webb Campus